New Mexico Department of Health
Our mission is to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico.


Here you'll find a wealth of external website resource links consolidated in one place for you to browse and explore. We highlight featured, latest, and popular resources below.

Navigating this large amount of content can be a challenging task. Therefore, you may want to use the Resources A-Z Index if you're having trouble finding the resources you need.


Office of Minority Health
Be Well New Mexico
Consolidated Online Employee Abuse Registry
New Mexico Administrative Code
Nurse Aide Registry Search
Nurse Aide Exam
Job Opportunities
Medical Reserve Corps Serves
Statewide Immunization Information System
Fingerprinting Online Services
Children, Youth and Families
State of New Mexico


Contact Lens, Lens Care Systems, & Solution TypesContact Lens, Lens Care Systems, & Solution Types
This web page provides links for more information on the different types of contact lenses and solutions used to disinfect, store, and clean contact lenses.

How to Administer Intranasal NaloxoneHow to Administer Intranasal Naloxone
This video provides information on overdose recognition, overdose response, and naloxone administration.

Title X Non-Clinical TrainingTitle X Non-Clinical Training
The purpose of this training is to educate non-clinical staff who provide Title X family planning services in New Mexico on the Title X family planning guidelines.


VitalChek Express Certificate ServiceVitalChek Express Certificate Service
New Mexico Vital Records does not accept credit cards or online orders. However, you may order birth certificates and death certificates online through our independent partner company.

Vital Records Reference by StateVital Records Reference by State
Provides a reference of where to obtain birth, death, marriage, or divorce records by state.

Community Program ANE Reporting SystemCommunity Program ANE Reporting System
In addition to reporting through the DHI/IMB hotline, community based providers will also provide an incident report within 24 hours of the incident via fax or this online system.